Everything seemed to go Ferris Bueller’s fourth-wall breaking way. So, for Matthew Broderick, it’s a true case of life imitating art and vice versa. The actor rose to prominence after appearing as the protagonist in director John Badhams’ WarGames in 1983, but it was the lead role he landed in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) that movie fans will never forget. And Broderick is well aware that he’ll always be remembered as Mr. Rooney’s (Jeffrey Jones) arch-nemesis.
From WarGames to The Producers to Deck the Halls, Broderick’s career always comes back to Ferris Bueller. Read More